All sports require there own type of intelligence. If you were figure skating, you would need the intelligence to know exactly what and when to do you jump or whatever. But if you were playing something like hockey, you still need to know where to shoot, when to pass and so on.
Well, all sports require technique and skill. If the sport you play requires speed as a technique or skill, then you will be expected to have speed. Not all sports require speed, but then other skills are required.
I think that track, cross country, football, soccer, volleyball, baseball, softball, swimming, and mainly ever sport in the book. :D I mean... can you think of any sport that doesn't require speed? Even tennis requires you to get quickly to the tennis ball...
You have to be quick with handling the ball
and you have to use your intelligence for skills
Intelligence testing requires a clinically trained examiner
Football is a world wide sport. The sport requires physical and mental fitness. Tactics are everywhere in every position in football, including the goalkeeper. Full backs require the most of the tactics as they play the most defensive and offensive!
according to the national data base. the sport which consists of most teams is the sport of football. with a average of 50 teams in each cxountry, football has the most teams who are involved.
Soccer for sure. In soccer you have to use your feet to move a ball and use other tactics than just knocking into someone and hoping the ball with get to you, like you do in football. Soccer is the sport that requires the most skill.
A sport which requires water to be played.
What winter sport requires targets?
Ping-pong requires a paddle but isn't played on water. Paddleball also requires a paddle and isn't played on water, but isn't necessarily a sport.
Padel is a racquet sport in the US and Canada
Dressage is an exacting sport. It requires a years of practice and training for horse and rider. As you move up into the upper levels you need precision and timing, agility and at least some intelligence. But when it's done right it is so beautiful.
No it is not a sport because if you look in a dictionary, "sport" is described as something that requires skill or physical prowness.